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Nunavut is home to breathtaking mountains, remote fjords, and islands with some of the most unforgettable adventures for cruise goers on the planet.
The Canadian Arctic Archipelago is known for ruggedly beautiful landscapes, remote fjords, incredible wildlife, expansive tundra, and historical landmarks.
“The Arctic is timeless. It is a land of rocks that have remained undisturbed for millennia.” – Phil Wickens, Quark Expeditions Guide Learn more about Arctic expeditions ⇨ https://bit.ly/37qaJxz Che
For travelers exploring the Arctic, spotting a polar bear in its natural environment is the ultimate experience and one they never forget.
The Arctic has been inhabited by humans for thousands of years, giving rise to incredible cultures and fostering a deep connection between it’s people and the environment.
Voyages have the same starting and ending point, but the experience in between is always unique. Expedition Leader Alison Kirk-Lauritsen describes how embracing the unexpected is part of the legacy—an
Quark Expeditions Guide Nicky Souness encounters iconic Arctic wildlife. Learn more about our High Canadian Arctic & Greenland expeditions ⇨ https://bit.ly/34ljx6b Learn more about Arctic expedition
Quark Expeditions Guide Phil Wickens shares why travelers want to go to the Northwest Passage. Learn more about our High Canadian Arctic & Greenland expeditions ⇨ https://bit.ly/34ljx6b Learn more
Known mostly as a desolate hostile environment, the Arctic has been home for thousands of years to communities of people with a rich culture and spirit. Quark Expeditions Guide Jesse Tungilik shares h
Transit the fabled Northwest Passage shipping route from Europe to Asia, exploring its fascinating lore and history, vast wilderness, and authentic high Arctic communities along the way.
Learn about the ill-fated expedition that’s been called the greatest disaster in the history of polar exploration.
High above the Arctic Circle, the inlet at the mouth of the river running through the barren tundra on Somerset Island, Nunavut, comes alive with hundreds of beluga whales each summer.
Our writer addresses every question you’ve ever wanted to ask about traveling to the Arctic.
What is an iceberg? How big are icebergs? Is there a difference between Arctic and Antarctic icebergs? Are there different types of icebergs? Find the answers in this inforgraphic.
Where can you go in the Arctic, and what is there to see and do once you get there? Learn how to navigate the Arctic in this webinar with Quark Expeditions, the leader in polar adventures.
Learn all about Baffin Island, how and when to explore, what activities to choose and how to maximize your adventure!
Explore the incredible sights, sounds and adventure activities of Arctic Watch Wilderness Lodge, Canada’s most northerly wilderness lodge at 311 miles (500 km) north of the Arctic Circle.
Daven Hafey shares a 'day in the life' perspective from on board a small expedition ship, exploring the High Arctic via the famous Northwest Passage.
Explore Baffin Island in the Canadian High Arctic and see what there is to do, see and experience here on your Arctic expedition!